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Auto-generation of reports with many sub reports

Auto-generation of reports with many sub reports

Auto-generation of reports with many sub reports

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(Crystal Report 8.5 Proffesional, Access 2002)

I have created a 40 page report, the report is made up of about 16 sub-reports with graphs formulas etc. The report is a template for a Doctors Practice Audit. The data for the report is taken from an Access Database.

I would like to develop somtehing to automatically generate this report for each doctors practice that requires one. There are 300 practices, each are due a report every three months, a table in the database displays the practices that are due a report each day.

I looked at RDC in VB, and Access forms with vb code in the buttons and was wondering What would be the best application to use, in order to do this.

The problems that have been worrying me are: if I use RDC and VB to generate the reports will I have to pass in the selection criteria for the sub-reports each time I generate a report. Also will I have to re-enter the details for each graph?

Does anyone have any advice

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